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Carroll Shelby

Carroll Shelby

Carroll Shelby, muscle car designer, dies at 89 Carroll Shelby, the legendary car designer and champion auto racer who built the fabled Shelby Cobra sports car and injected testosterone into Ford’s Mustang and Chrysler’s Viper, has died. He was 89. Mr. Shelby’s company, Carroll Shelby International, said Friday that Shelby died the night before at...
An Era of Fins and Chrome

An Era of Fins and Chrome

1959 Buick proposals – An Era of Fins and Chrome The 1950’s is remembered as a decade of automotive style highlighting fins and chrome. During 1956-57, the designers at General Motors Styling Studio generated new design proposals in order to compete with its automotive competitors. The release of the 1959 Buick was significant within the...
1938 Phantom Corsair

1938 Phantom Corsair

The Phantom Corsair six-passenger coupé prototype built in 1938. Designed by Rust Heinz of the H. J. Heinz family and Maurice Schwartz of the Bohman & Schwartz coach building company in Pasadena, California. Although sometimes dismissed as a failure because it never entered production, the Corsair is regarded as ahead of its time due to...
Walt Prey - legendary pinstriper and custom painter

Walt Prey – legendary pinstriper and custom painter

Walter Michael Prey (February 12, 1947 – December 24, 2011) was a legendary pinstriper and custom painter. He painted and striped a lot of cars during his long career, but his most known creation, and his claim to fame is without doubt Jesse Valadez’ 1964 Chevrolet Impala, The Gypsy Rose. Walt with one of his...
Ron Aguirre ~ X-Sonic

Ron Aguirre ~ X-Sonic

1956 Chevrolet Corvette designed and fabricated by Krankers of San Bernardino member Ron Aguirre of Rialto, California. Ron’s wild custom Corvette, known as the X-Sonic, is acknowledged as the first car ever using hydraulics to raise and lower the front suspension and the first show car featuring a bubble top plastic roof. Ron bought the...
History - Chevy Bowtie

History – Chevy Bowtie

While surfing the web, I came across this great story from the Chevy web site. Interesting enough, we’ve had many conversations about our favorite Chevy, what engine came in what car, what we drove in high school and so on. But one question I don’t ever recall asking about is the Chevy emblem. This story...